Washington County Superior Court, cases June 1-30, 2012

Posted Sept. 03, 2012, at 6:15 p.m.

Cases June 1-30, 2012

Christopher Bartlett, Baring, operating vehicle after habitual offender license revocation, $1,000, jail six months.

Margaret A. Berube, Baileyville, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $400, prison one year, all but 30 days suspended, probation one year, restitution $560.

Soni Biehl, Trescott Township, assault, dismissed.

Alan James Blanchard, Machias, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail 48 hours.

Kenneth Clark, East Machias, assault, $300, jail 30 days, community service 20 hours.

Roger L. Collins, Camden, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $750, restitution $250.

Andrew W. Francis, Perry, disorderly conduct, jail 10 days.

Jason R. Gookin, Calais, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, prison one year, restitution $198.08; violating condition of release, jail 30 days.

Kyle Hall, Calais, unlawful possession of scheduled drug, $400, jail six months all suspended, probation one year.

James Hearn, Cherryfield, assault, criminal mischief, all dismissed.

Dawn M. James, Princeton, two counts theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, jail six months all suspended, probation one year, restitution $184.70.

Benjamin Lyons, Trescott Township, burglary, prison five years, all but 15 months suspended, probation three years; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer prison 15 months.

Bernard H. Metcalf, Machias, arson, prison 13 years, all but two years six months suspended, probation six years; burglary, prison 13 years, all but two years six months suspended, probation six years, restitution $116,047.06.

Ernest E. Morse, Lamoine, criminal mischief, prison 60 days; assault, prison one year six months; violating condition of release, prison 60 days.

Ryan Scott Mortland, Greenville, S.C., criminal attempt, jail seven days.

Harry D. Newenham Jr. Steuben, criminal mischief, prison nine months one day, all but 12 days suspended, probation one year, restitution $300.

Harold S. Parsons II, Bangor, violating protective order, jail four days.

Michael E. Roeber, Harrington, unlawful trafficking in scheduled drugs, $400, prison two years, all but 30 days suspended, probation two years, restitution $240.

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